Jamie Brickhouse Writing Styles in Dangerous When Wet

Jamie Brickhouse
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Structure

Dangerous When Wet by Jamie Brickhouse is comprised of four major sections including Part I: Golden Triangle (1968-1987); Part II: Mr. Golightly (1990-2006); Part III: Palm Springs Follies (2006); and Part IV: The Hair Is the Last to Go.

In Part I, the author tells about growing up in Beaumont, Texas. He was the youngest child of Jean and Earl Brickhouse. The narrative describes the partying and drinking that his parents took part in. This part also covers when he was a young teenager and began drinking excessively. Part II covers Jamie leaving for New York after his graduation and the impact that his domineering mother still had even though she was a thousand miles away. This section also introduces Jamie’s life partner, Michael Hayes.

In Part III Jamie provides an honest description of his careless behavior and the unsafe sex that he engaged in his endless...

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